A lying, unprincipled, selfless
dirth of self-respect compels him to desperately sell himself to any buyer. He derives all his self-respect second-hand from others, but he can never fill the bottomless
pit where his ego belongs. He lacks serious convictions and has no heroes; he lacks the confidence
and courage to hold and form
his own opinions. He is not a man, but a mouthpiece of the fools whose
approval he cherishes.
Bill Clinton: "I want a national healthcare system!"
After mid terms, in State of the Union
Bill Clinton: "The era of big government is over!"
Observer: "Damn, that
Clinton fool is such a politician. Does he believe in anything, or does he just
say what people want to hear
George Bush: "I will
never support anything resembling
a national healthcare system."
Two years later, signing
Prescription Drug Act
George Bush: "Now, a single payer, the government, will
buy your medications!"
Observer: "Damn, just
two years ago he said he didn't want government involved in healthcare. Did he really believe that
, or was he just
being a politician and saying that
's what people wanted to hear
at the time?"